The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, on Thursday, requested the individuals of Ondo State to guard their votes forward of Saturday’s governorship election within the state.
Fayose spoke in Akure throughout a rally held on the Democracy Park alongside the Oba Adesida Highway shortly after the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Social gathering, Eyitayo Jegede (SAN), arrived in Akure.
Fayose, who joined Jegede through the marketing campaign tour of the state capital, mentioned the PDP would resist any try and rig the ballot.
The governor led the supporters in solidarity songs with the cheering crowd
He alleged that the Federal Authorities was planning to rig the election for the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN).
He mentioned, “It’s important to stand sturdy on Saturday. Votes have to be counted in your presence. There’s a distinction between a battle and a motion. Each are totally different from (political) events. The motion is that Eyitayo should be governor of Ondo State.”
The rally prompted a gridlock within the state capital, because the marketing campaign prepare of the PDP candidate took over main roads.
Scores of social gathering supporters took to the streets to have fun the Attraction Court docket judgement which recognised Jegede because the genuine candidate of the social gathering.
From Oyemekun Highway to NEPA, Arakale, Alagbaka, Isikan, Oluwatuyi, Ijapo, Stadium Street, Hospital Street, Owode, Araromi, and Ilesa Storage areas, the PDP supporters have been agog with pleasure.
Some banks additionally closed sooner than ordinary. As an illustration, the First Financial institution department on the Alagbaka space of the state capital closed by 1pm.
There have been additionally lengthy queues on the ATM factors as residents made frantic efforts to withdraw in anticipation of money scarcity on the election day.
In the meantime, the Ondo State Authorities has declared Friday (right now) as public vacation to allow staff to organize for Saturday’s governorship election.
The federal government, in a press release issued by the state Head of Service, Toyin Akinkuotu, directed the heads of the MDAs to tell employees of their workplaces.
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